24 April 2008
PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE AND RARE 18K PINK GOLD CUSHION AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH DATE
Signed Patek Philippe, Geneve, Movement No. 1307812, Case No. 544559, Ref. 3874, circa 1965
With nickel-finished lever movement, 36 jewels, free-sprung gyromax balance, 18k gold-edged rotor, champagne engine-turned dial with applied baton numerals, aperture for date, cushion-form case with down-turned lugs, case, dial and movement signed, with an 18k pink gold Patek Philippe buckle
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Accompanied by Patek Philippe leather box and folder with unsigned certificate and instructions.
According to our research the present watch has never before appeared at auction.
Please note that this watch is from circa 1980.
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